A Year Without Movement, 2017

Artist: Navine G. Khan-Dossos

Materials: Mixed media

Dimensions: Installation

Price: Not for Sale

A Year Without Movement is an exhibition of site-specific wall paintings that look to these markings for inspiration. The title refers to a period of fertile stasis as the building waits for a full twelve-month period without any kind of movement, after which is can be declared structurally stable.

A Year Without Movement is kindly supported by NOME Gallery (Berlin) and Luca Barbeni.

The work is accompanied by a conversation between the artist and Deborah Lazarus, a structural engineer who has worked in Arup’s Advanced Technology and Research group. Lazarus worked directly with a number of historic buildings in the path of Crossrail’s tunnel project, including The House of St Barnabas.